According to reports, Rockstar in order to complete the development of “GTA 6” as soon as possible, may cut some of the game content, leaving it for the subsequent DLC release. The company is currently facing problems with its return to office policy and talent drain, which could affect the game’s launch time.
The Grand Theft Auto (GTA) series is one of the most popular games in the world, and since the fifth generation was released in 2013, no new sequel has been released. While we know Rockstar is actively developing GTA 6 and have seen some gameplay footage through the massive leak last year, it seems like the game is still a long way off.
There is no definite launch date for “GTA 6” and you may have to wait a few years before you can play it. However, recently famous R Star insider Tez2 broke the news that R Star plans to release “GTA 6” at the end of 2024, but it may be delayed until early 2025.
One of the key factors affecting Rockstar’s plans is recently controversial “back to the office” policy, for which many game developers have been criticized. According to insiders, Rockstar appears to be following this policy, which could lead to a “brain drain” from the project, resulting in “more delays.
However, Tez2 said that in order to avoid further delays, R-Star may cut some of the game’s content, and then make up for it by way of DLC.
The latest news from Tez2 shows that “the end of 2024” is the most promising point of time. But for the majority of gamers, patience is still needed while waiting for the game.